Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting For SGSC’s Newly Renovated Davis Hall
A ribbon cutting to celebrate the renovation of Davis Hall on the Douglas Campus of South Georgia State College was held on Friday morning, August 25. Davis Hall, built in 1906, was one of the original three buildings of what was then an A&M school. Originally, Davis Hall served as a dormitory to students, with its primary purpose now as classroom space. The renovation brings a variety of technology and layout changes to the space to enhance the teaching and learning experiences for SGSC students as well as increased utility efficiencies for the institution. Chamber and SGSC officials are pictured above during the ceremony.